Thanks, Donald & Kevan!

BTW, could you help to review the RC for GEP 2.1.6 and 3.0M1?

2010/7/10 Donald Woods <dwoods@apache.org>
+1  Sounds like needed updates.


-Donald


On 7/9/10 4:37 AM, Delos wrote:
> As part of GEP, maven-eclipsepde-plugin helps to convert eclipse plugins
> to maven dependencies and add them into artifact dependency list. So
> without it, GEP can't be compiled successfully. The plugin is in version
> 1.0. But now, some new requirements come out that the plugin didn't take
> into account before. I'm afraid we have to update the plugin
> to accommodate new requirements.
>
> 1) Eclipse on Mac
> There are two edition of eclipse on Mac, carbon and cocoa. From Eclipse
> 3.6,  only cocoa is supported. But maven-eclipsepde-plugin can only
> recognize carbon eclipse on Mac, so we have to fix it to make GEP build
> successfully on Mac. You may see details in
>
> 2)Optional bundles
> There are some optional required bundles in MANIFEST.MF for some
> extended functions, such as TPTP and Free Aires Tools. They're
> not mandatory for GEP and actually GEP don't need these bundles in build
> process. They're marked as "optional" because user may get these extra
> plugins by themselves for some advanced functions. So these optional
> bundles shouldn't block the build process of GEP. Unfortunately, current
> maven-eclipsepde-plugin does block GEP build process because of these
> optional bundles.
>
> Because of these new requirements, I suggest we release an updated
> maven-eclipsepde-plugin with version 1.1. Any objection?
>
> --
> Best Regards,
>
> Delos



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Best Regards,

Delos